STAGES OF LANGUAGE ACQUISTION IN THE NATURAL APPROACH TO LANGUAGE TEACHING

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STAGES OF LANGUAGE ACQUISTION IN THE NATURAL APPROACH TO LANGUAGE TEACHING by Mind Map: STAGES OF LANGUAGE ACQUISTION IN THE NATURAL APPROACH TO LANGUAGE TEACHING

1. NATURAL APPROACH

1.1. Basis: Real Communication

1.2. 3 Principles

1.2.1. Classroom activities

1.2.1.1. Communicative activities

1.2.2. No correction of errors

1.2.3. Use of L1 and L2

2. LEARNING

2.1. No real communicative situations

2.2. Cannot be monitored for communication purposes.

2.3. System of internalizing knowledge

2.4. Conscious study of grammar

3. ACQUISITION

3.1. Natural situations

3.2. Unconscious formulation of grammar

3.3. Conditions

3.3.1. Focus on the message

3.3.2. Understand the message

3.3.3. Low-anxiety situation

4. STAGES

4.1. Speech Emergence

4.1.1. Goals of the course

4.1.2. Particular skills desired

4.1.3. Communication rather than form

4.1.4. Activities

4.1.4.1. Games

4.1.4.2. Games

4.1.4.2.1. Language used for fun

4.1.4.3. Humanistic-Affective

4.1.4.3.1. Students' values

4.1.4.4. Problem-Solving

4.1.4.4.1. Preparing workplace communication

4.1.4.4.2. Solution to a problem

4.1.4.5. Content

4.1.4.5.1. Language for learning smth else

4.2. Early Speech Production

4.2.1. 500 word recognition

4.2.2. Use of acquired knowledge

4.2.3. Questions with short answer

4.2.4. Open sentence model

4.2.5. Will contain errors

4.2.6. No direct correction

4.3. 1. Preproduction

4.3.1. Comprehension before speaking

4.3.2. Utterances

4.3.3. Comprehensible Input

4.3.4. No Grammar

4.3.5. Components

4.3.5.1. A context

4.3.5.2. Gestures and body language

4.3.5.3. Message

4.3.5.4. Key lexical items

5. KRASHEN'S MONITOR THEORY

5.1. High Scores = No Oral proficiency

5.1.1. Underusers

5.1.2. Overusers

5.1.3. Optimal Users

5.1.4. Superusers